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. close to 10:00. she wants to know if this goes against some sort of guidelines or protocol. >> the u.s. census bureau gave us this answer. it surveys americans even during years when there's not a door to door census. representatives for the census are trained to contact respondent when they're most likely to be home which does include evenings and weekends. all of the training doesn't specifically instruct the reps not to call or visit after 9:00 p.m. the telephone centers outbound call system does prevent them from calling respondent after 9:00 unless the respondent specifically requests a call after that time. consumers have a question about the census, they are encouraged to call in 800-354-7271. so basically, they're not supposed to, but they can. if you have questions to consider for ask liz, put it to ask lis@nbcwashington.com. connect with me on twitter. on facebook searching liz crenshaw's consumer watch. coming up at 5:00, what happened to the pre-printed gear made for the team that loses the super bowl. where can you recycle an old vacuum cleaner and what happens behind the
, about the u.s. intelligence failures that led to the deaths of four u.s. diplomats in benghazi, libya, but mostly it was about the relatively new phenomenon of raging war by remote control. and what the rules ought to be. talking about u.s. unmanned drones. the predators, and the reapers flying maybe right now in pakistan, in yemen, in somalia. many, many more attacks under the obama administration, 360 so far, and probably just the president's first term, though, no doubt there have been some since he was knock raided for the second, xarpd to 50 in the bush 43 administration. so john brennan was pressed since the new rules on the use of drones finally came out secretly, given to members of the senate intelligence committee overnight, a promise by the administration there will be care taken to maintain american values, maybe even a court setup to review drone strikes before they're launched. here's john brennan. >> the president has insisted that any actions we take will be legally grounded, will be thoroughly anchored in intelligence, will have the appropriate review process, approva
adopting children as retaliation for u.s. sanctions and political issues. last month judges ruled the adoptions could continue. despite fears of more delays, the families can return home can their new children. at the live desk, i'm keith russell. glue and the grammy goes to. babel. >> mumford and sons takes home the album of the year. for somebody that i used to know, and pop rock's fun got best new artist and song of the year. they kept coming up and up on stage a lot. >>> they sure did. the ratings are in. last night's broadcast got the second highest ratings in a decade. >> joining us with a look at some of the highlights billy, rihanna, she performed twice last night. a lot of folks are talking about her cozying up with chris brunell last night. >> yeah, well, it was four years ago to the day, well, the night before the grammys in 2009, where rihanna didn't make it to the show because she was beaten pretty severely. it's uncomfortable for something watching them could noodling away. the interview on the carpet, and it was not even brought up. there they were, back in love. th
to make sure that u.s. diplomats are protected abroad. former senator john kerry started his new job today by introducing himself to the staff at the state department. he's the son of a diplomat and spoke of his time as a child in post-war berlin. he also noted there has not been a man in his job in eight years. condoleezza rice, and hillary clinton proceeded him. he joked that he has in his words big heels to fill. >> yes, he does. >>> why a local law school is asking prospective students whether they are gale. seven days later, a little boy is still held hostage, the new request from the 5-year-old who is being kept in an underground bunker. >>> why reducing your junk mail would help protect you from identity theft. >>> he wants to spend his life doing what dad does, so god made a farmer. >>> and our super bowl coverage continues with the >>> ahead on "news4 at 4," a 500-year-old mystery finally solved. the big announcement about what happened to one of the england's famous kings. >>> hundreds pack one of the new york city's prominent synagogues to honestor former mayor ed koch. former p
to 12 million people illegally in the u.s. many accept pay below the legal minimum. afl-cio unions are onboard to end that. >> and prevent what's wrong from driving down the wages of everybody else. >> reporter: and analysts say under president obama, the u.s./mexican boarder is more secure. the net number of migrants, not increasing. activists demand reform now. >> not contingent at all on enforcement, whether it is border security or any other types of enforcement. >> reporter: at the first house hearing on the obama initiative -- >> the question is what to do about the 10 million or more people not lawfully here. >> reporter: -- republicans remain wary. >> what we cannot become is nation with laws enforced selectively or not at all. >> reporter: house speaker boehner is no rush but sounds open to action. >> this is not trying to get it right. on behalf of the american people, and those who are suffering under an immigration system that doesn't work very well for anybody. >> reporter: the issue hurt republicans in november. latinos turning out to vote democratic. backers of citiz
years. on monday kerry introduced himself and said the safety of u.s. diplomats overseas is one of his top priorities. >>> a new website is fueling speculation about hillary clinton's future. the former secretary of state has a new site up and running. hila hila hilaryclintonoffice.com. the new york daily news says the site was registered last thursday, the day will evbeforen stepped down as secretary of state. so far she's left off any questions about a presidential run in 2016. >>> lots of sunshine and blue skies today, but don't get too used to it. >> meteorologist veronica johnson has details about a big change headed our way. >> that's right. another storm will be moving in late tomorrow. and already throughout the day tomorrow, we'll see an increase in clouds. we have been dealing with some wind. it's been breezy and we've been g getting wind gusts through the afternoon. upwards of 25 miles per hour. still hanging on. 22-mile-per-hour wind gusts in virginia 21 right there in d.c. our winds will be decreasing throughout the even evening hours. taking you back to 4:00 this morning,
for birth control. the catholic health association and the u.s. conference of catholic bishops say they are still studying the proposal. the obama administration says it's trying to protect religious freedom while provides access to all women. >>> the dow close seg above 14,000 for the first time since okay 2007. investors showing confidence that the economic recovery is on track after new jobs and manufacturing data came out this afternoon. >>> the big chilled is back. doug has the latest. >> reporter: when you look at the flag you know it's cold. the winds between 20 and 30 miles an hour. with temperatures already into the teens and 20s, we have 29 degrees right now in washington, 25 in martins burg. that puts our windchilling in the single digits, into the teens. the windchill right now in d.c. 16 degrees. it's going to be a very cold evening. gull through the night into early, dropping at 25 at 11:00, and then the winds begin to die down a bit in the morning, but start the off at 19. yes, even a slight chance of snow. the rest of next week. >>> holding a 5-year-old boy hostage
and pearls around her neck. >>> the u.s. olympic committee is reaching out to nearly three dozen cities to see who's interested in bidding for the 2024 games. d.c. and baltimore are among the locations under consideration. the two cities have considered a joint bid in the past. however mayor gray's office said it's not aware of any efforts to bring the olympics to the nation's capital. >>> hundreds of patients could be at risk. the johns hopkins doctors accused of secretly videotaping women. >>> and we have a warning about online dating scams. the warning signs that criminalssh preying >>> let's go back to the live desk. aaron gilchrist has new details about a new education bill. >> this could put a school in our area up for a state takeover. we're learning the general assembly has passed that would allow the state to create a board to take over chronically failing schools. jefferson elementary in alexandria on that list. this legislation would allow the state do create this board that essentially can do whatever it thinks is necessary to get it up to a standard of being accredited, so
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: the headline could be the obama announcement that he will bring home 34,000 u.s. forces from afghanistan but he will warn the military could be hurt by spending cuts march 1. the sequester. outside the capitol union members protested the automatic cuts that will also hit social servic services. preventing sequester cuts calls for a deal on taxes and spending the president is called for in previous state of the union speeches. there's still no agreement. >> we had a spending debt crisis. not a receive knew debt crisis. you have to make the right diagnosis. >> reporter: the obama prescription is to spend more and put americans back to work and pay for that by higher taxes on the wealthy. the liberal agenda he laid out at his inaugural and angering republicans. >> saying things that position him on the far left of the political spectrum is not a great way to achieve accomplishments out of divided government. >> reporter: the president will push measures to stop gun violence. like the shooting death of 15-year-old pendleton in january in chicago. >> her murder is heartbreaking. >> reporter: her mot
, meaning authorities are actually leading the investigation on there. they're being assisted by u.s. agencies in that investigation, you can be sure that new rules and regulation will be put into place to try to make sure this never happens again. chris pa lone, news4. >>> a man is in custody now in connection to an explosion inside this subshop. police arrested horace thompson last night after he got out of washington burn center. investigators believe he set off a blast inside this deli on route 1 in reporten. that explosion caused extensive damage as you see. thompson will now be transferred to fairfax county to face arson charges. >> honored with a trip to the white house. president obama recognized two people from our area for their community service. today maria gomez, and terry shima received the 2012 presidential citizens medal. a total of 18 americans got the award. today the president told recipients, this is one of his favorite events. >> because it's a moment when, as a people we get to recognize some extraordinary men and women who have gone above and beyond very rarely
be inevitable. i'm steve handelsman, news4, capitol hill. >>> it appears the former commander of u.s. forces in afghanistan will not be the next leader of nato troops in europe. military sources tell nbc news that general john allen will withdraw his name from consideration of that post. sources say he doesn't want to drag hi family through the nomination process because of the e-mails he exchanged with socialite jill kelly. he was cleared of any wrongdoing after the e-mails were discovered during an investigation of former cia director david petraeus. >>> the future of the papacy is becoming clearer. we now know when the selection process is likely to start and how pope benedict xiv will spend his final days on the job. >>> if the drink diet soda, listen up. we'll tell you about a new link between sugar-free diet soda and diabetes. >> what do you do when you've won the super bowl of dog shows. if you have high blood pressure and get a cold get coricidin hbp. the number one pharmacist recommended cold brand designed for people with high blood pressure. and the only one i use to relieve my co
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